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Daily Archives: January 25, 2016

A Closer Look At The Senate’s Investigation Of Tainted Medical Scopes


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A Senate investigation recently found that 16 hospitals around the U.S. failed to file mandatory paperwork with the federal government after patients at their hospitals became infected or died from the use of tainted medical scopes.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in 2008 in Los Angeles, California.  Last year, seven patients were infected and three patients died as a result of tainted medical scopes there. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in 2008 in Los Angeles, California. Last year, seven patients were infected and three patients died as a result of tainted medical scopes there. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

KHN’s Chad Terhune, who reported on the story for the Los Angeles Times, spoke with Madeline Brand on KCRW’s Press Play about the investigation and steps the scope maker is taking to stop the infections.

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Viewpoints: Health Law Unhappiness?; Single-Payer And The ‘Continental Divide’

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State Highlights: Rural Hospital Crisis Continues; Utahns Want More Open Talk About Health Care Plan

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Three Of Four Children Covered By Medicaid Don’t Get Required Dental Care

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Consumers Want Privacy Wall Around Personal Health Info, Tech Execs Find

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Employers, Regulators Struggle To Navigate The Dos And Don’ts Of Wellness Programs

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As Drug Cost Battle Is Waged, Patients Could Lose Access To Favored Medications

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‘Widespread And Systemic Failures’ Cited In Cigna Medicare Advantage Suspension

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Utah Lawmakers May Weigh New Options For Expanding Medicaid

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As Enrollment Deadline Nears, Obama Praises Health Law Successes In Radio Address

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